In this thesis the two-source-method, based on digital-holographic
interferometry, was experimentally examined. Several typical optical setups
for recording digital holograms where assembled; by performing a deformation
measurement experiment, recording, reconstruction and interferometrical analysis
of the digital holograms where demonstrated.
With the help of simulations, a geometry model fitting the two-source-method
was developed. Using a self-developed calibration method, contour measurements
where performed; the calibration method was validated by comparing the measured
contour with reference data from a tringulation sensor measurement.
A method for seperating the illumination beams by the use of polarisation
techniques was introduced, and verified for use with metallic object surfaces.
An extension of the measuring method to simultaneous capturing using two cameras
was investigated and problems shown.
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